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Future150 Rankings: Class 2014 - Analysis of Players 11-20
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (11:59 AM CT, Wed April 18, 2012)
Stanley Johnson is the #12 player in the country
Stanley Johnson is the #12 player in the country
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Pittsburgh, PA (Future150) -- Future150 continues the countdown taking a look at the 2014 rankings and counting down the top 11-20 players.  Heading the list at #11 is Justin Jackson, who is a big time scorer from the wing that should continue to explode this spring and summer with the Houston Hoops AAU program.  Another big time athlete is #12 Stanley Johnson. While his game is still somewhat raw, he oozes potential and plays with a high motor at all times. He is also a fantastic rebounder for his position, a testament to the energy he brings to the floor.

The #13 player on the list is Joe Burton. A talented small forward that can both shoot it and drive on smaller defenders, he is an active defender and a big time athlete.  At #14, Theo Pinson is the first player on this list that is seemingly a lock to be a star. The shooting guard has all the tools to be one.  

Trayvon Reed checks in at #15 and is a big man who is an impact guy at both ends of the floor.  He is already 6’10 despite being just a sophomore.  Coming in at #16 is D'Angelo Russell, another explosive combo guard who is instant-offense when he steps on the floor.

Trey Lyles is a future Indiana Hoosier that is surprisingly skilled for a power forward at his age and checks in at #17.  Joel Berry, the #18 player in the country, is a tough lead guard who is comfortable being in control of the offense. He can score in bunches when getting in the lane, but he must continue to develop his 3-point shot. 

The #19 player is Tadric Jackson, a combo guard who is a freak athlete and can score in bunches.  He loves scoring in transition and can finish at the rim with contact.  Paul White at #20 is a forward out of Chicago that has a chance to be elite at the next level. Not only can he score in the paint, but he shows a surprising ability to put the ball on the floor.

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